** NEW DATE** Saturday 17 April 2021, 12.30pm
Hamburger Hill, Common Wood, Bristol, BS39 4NT
Found Youth are going paintballing! Wear clothes you are happy to get dirty and bring a face covering.
The cost is £25 per person, to be paid online by midnight Wednesday 7 April. However we do not want a young person not to attend if you are unable to afford the full amount. Please contact Tim Rudge firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss.
You must arrange your own transport to and from the event and in these days of the Covid-19 pandemic we advise that you do not car share. Please read below advice regarding car sharing from GovUK.
Please visit www.hamburgerhill.co.uk for more information about the venue.
Book in Here
To be completed by a parent or legal guardian
Names of youth attending and dates of birth.
Please only enter the names of young people for whom you have parental responsibility. If your child wishes to bring a friend, please ask the person with parental responsibility for that young person to fill in a separate form. Thank you.
Any medical conditions we need to be aware of. Please include allergies and medication taken.
Please note: if your child uses an inhaler he / she MUST bring it with them, clearly labelled.
I confirm that I have parental responsibility for the above named young people and that I give my consent to their attendance at paintballing on Saturday 17 April 2021 at Hamburger Hill
In the event of illness or accident at this event I understand that every effort will be made to contact me, or the 2nd Emergency Contact named above as soon as possible, but that if I am not contactable I give my permission for any necessary medical treatment: first aid treatment, hospital treatment, including an anaesthetic to be administered
I give my consent for photos and videos of my child to be taken at this event and to be used on social media, in printed material (for examples posters) on the website and at a Life Church Bath meeting
Please click on 'Send' below. You will automatically be redirected back here to make the payment using the form below. Thank you.
Please contact Tim Rudge, Youth Pastor with any questions or concerns: email@example.com
Car sharing: what GovUK is saying
It is difficult to socially distance during car journeys. You should avoid sharing a car with someone from outside your household or your support bubble unless you can practise social distancing. You can reduce the risk of transmission by:
opening windows for ventilation
travelling side by side or behind other people, rather than facing them, where seating arrangements allow
facing away from each other
considering seating arrangements to maximise distance between people in the vehicle
cleaning your car between journeys using standard cleaning products - make sure you clean door handles and other areas that people may touch
asking the driver and passengers to wear a face covering